Tomorrow We Live
Julie Bronson (Jean Parker), whose father, "Pop" Bronson (Emmett Lynn) operates a desert café, is attracting the unwanted attention of a half-crazed gangster known as The Ghost (Ricardo Cortez) who runs a desert night club several miles away.
Run time 63 min.Producer Seymour NebenzalProduction Company Atlantis PicturesAudio/Visual sound, black & whiteContact Information www.k-otic.com
The Ghost knows that "Pop" Bronson is an escaped convict and blackmails him into using his desert shack as a warehouse for "hot" stolen rubber tires to be sold on the Black Market.
Dr Feel Rotten
January 16, 2011
A flag waving deal
Boy they slapped it on heavy here making gangsters out to be lower than even hitler and how all us little people are going to rise up against them and blah, blah.. The gangsters have taken over and now run the entire world, but do it as "legit businesses". Walmarts and all them are merely pimping the people and most are to blind to see it.